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Old   November 29, 2018, 22:11
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Hello formers,

I am wondering how I can map the velocity from one surface into inlet, because I am researching DNS and I need this inlet boundary to generate the turbulence structure within a short pipe length.

By searching the Forum, I have found mapped and timeVaryingMappedFixedValue may be suitable for my problem. Do you
have some experiences in this two boundaries?

Any hints or advice is highly appreciated.

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Anyone is experienced with these two boundaries?or do you have some recommendations about the inlet boundary when using DNS?

Thank you very much!
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